It can be expensive to have cable TV, so many people are turning to the internet for their entertainment needs. However, with all of the new sites popping up, it can be hard to know which ones are worth your time. There are a number of websites that allow you to watch TV shows for free. Some sites offer video streaming, while others provide downloadable content. These sites are not illegal, but they may be against the terms and conditions set by your cable company or Netflix subscription. There is no guarantee that these sites will stay around forever, and if one shuts down, it's possible there won't be another site like it to take its place. Find out what these 10+ best TV show-watching websites have to offer before deciding which one is right for you!

1. Tubi TV

This website is similar to Hulu in the sense that it provides streaming video on demand. It does not have a lot of advertising and showcases TV shows from many networks, including ABC, NBC, Comedy Central, Cartoon Network, and Paramount, which leads you to believe that Tubi TV partnered with these companies for content distribution. Several categories are available, which makes discovering something new easy. According to the terms of service, users need to be 18 years old or older, so remember to practice cautiousness regarding children using these types of sites.


RARBG is a P2P website that indexes torrents from the popular file-sharing protocol. Torrenting is an entirely legal way to get files from other users by downloading small bits of what you want until you have the whole thing. However, this means that there are no videos on this site - just links to where they can be downloaded. The site's design makes it easy to use and allows users to categorize content by release date and popularity. This site requires registration but does not require a paid subscription or a fee for streaming sites like Netflix or Hulu.

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MoviesJoy, like many of the other websites on the list, is aimed at providing users with free content. It has a relatively decent selection of television shows and movies, including some classics like "Back to School" with Rodney Dangerfield and "Elizabethtown" with Orlando Bloom. The site's design is simple, which makes it easy to find what you're looking for. No registration is required to use this site, though you need Adobe Flash Player 9 or above installed if you want to watch videos. One drawback is that there are no categories, so browsing can be difficult without prior knowledge of what show or movie you want to see.


Yesmovies, like all the sites listed in this article, is completely legal and free. It provides access to a large selection of movies and TV shows, allowing you to stream online or download for later viewing. You can also purchase TV shows and watch them on your mobile device. Yesmovies has an easy-to-navigate interface with many different ways to find what you're looking for, including by A-Z list, most popular, most viewed, genre, etc. Though not as aesthetically pleasing as some of the other sites, it does allow you to switch between HD and SD quality which is good news if you don't have the fastest internet connection.

5. MoviesFound

MoviesFoundOnline is another free site that you can use to watch TV shows without paying for them. It's designed to look as if you were watching cable on your TV, but the difference is that this website provides legal streaming of movies and television shows. Some advertisements come up between episodes, including pop-up ads, but they aren't too intrusive. With MoviesFoundOnline, all you need to do is select an episode or movie and click play, within seconds, the video will begin playing at the highest quality (provided your internet connection speed can handle it). The user interface has links across the top of the page, including "Most Popular Shows," "Recently Added Shows," "Trending Now," etc. The search function also makes it easy to find exactly what you're looking for. The only downside is that MoviesFoundOnline doesn't have a large selection of shows and movies. Also, the website has no app and is not available on Chromecast or Apple TV, but it can be viewed on iPad and other mobile devices.

6. MWatchSeries

MWatchSeries is an online video streaming service with a large selection of TV Shows, Movies, and Documentaries. It is available for free on their website or as an app on your phone or tablet. MWatchSeries has over 40 years' worth of movies and TV shows to watch at any time. Both subbed and dubbed versions of anime series are available if you decide to register for the site. Once registered, you can save your favourites so they can be accessed at any time.

The internet is a wonderful place where we can find everything we need. But without the right tools and websites, it is easy to slip and fall down the rabbit hole of endless browsing.

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